CIAMS podcast recorded October 7, with Nadine Moeller, Oriental Institute, on topic of sealings recovered from Second Intermediate Period Tell Edfu, Egypt (ca. 1800-700 BC) Topics: ancient Egypt, archaeology, inscriptions
LibriVox recording of Egyptian Tales, translated from the Papyri : Series Two : XVIIIth to XIXth Dynasty by William Matthew Flinders Petrie. Read in English by Timothy Ferguson Egyptian stories translated from ancient, often incomplete, documents. - Summary by Timothy Ferguson For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audio books or to... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, lirerature, history, ancient egypt, myths
Abstract The "Reserve Heads", also known by "Magical Heads", have been a mystifying phenomenon. It happened only once in the Old Kingdom, mostly at Giza necropolis, and silently disappeared leaving no trace of its essentiality. The subject we are investigating has been a challenge in Egyptology for over a century and none of the theories has gained common acceptance. It is in vain to solve such a long-term perplexity without the original codes already established in my... Topics: Ancient Egypt, Old Kingdom, Doctrine of Soul
Tthe biblical story of Joseph sold into slavery by his jealous brothers and his rise from slave to vizier in the Egypt of the Pharaohs. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Ancient Egypt, Ancient Hebrews, Epic, spectacle
Librivox recording of Peeps at Many Lands: Egypt by R. Talbot Kelly. Read by Sibella Denton. A short travelogue of Egypt, this book was written as part of an early 20th century series of travelogues on exotic destinations. (Summary by Sibella Denton) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. For more free audiobooks, or to become a volunteer reader,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: librivox, literature, travel, children, nile, Ancient Egypt Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Tut the Boy King Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryOffers a view of 55 of the treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun, including parchesi-like games the ten-year-old Pharoah used, his diminutive ebony and gold inlaid chair, statues and jewelry. Documents the excavati.n and discovery of Tut's tomb in 1922. Topics: Tut the Boy King, Archeology, Ancient Egypt, Anthropology, Archeology, Ancient Egypt, Anthropology
Happy Memorial Day ladies and gentlemen! It's a bold new era for us here, but I'm probably exaggerating a simple name change. Join us this week as Mr.Dragon and The Marvelous Iggy venture to the desert of Egypt for some good Tomb Raiding. Join us as we discuss the brutal process of mummification, Egyptian mythology, Iggy's own nightmares, and count with us how many times Benny is indeed an asshole. Topics: The Mummy, Brendan Frasier, Rachel Wiesz, Ancient Egypt, Imhotep
Abstract The tomb of the manicurists Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, Fifth Dynasty, Old Kingdom Egypt, is regarded as exceptional either in its size and architecture or most noticeably in its lively portraits of intimacy between the two owners. Egyptologists have been confused by the portraits as being unprecedented in the Egyptian tombs. They looked for clues either in iconography or texts and came by three explanations: either they are twins, or conjoined twins, or they are in a homosexual... Topics: Ancient Egypt, Tombs of Old Kingdom, Doctrine of Soul
The hypothesis of two persons by the names Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, irrespective of whatever sort of their relationship, is well-established in Egyptology since the discovery of the tomb in late 1964. Part one of this paper has been assigned for establishing the truth of the tomb owner by the name Ni. Ni, the single owner of the tomb, has given the twin-forces of his soul the names Ankhkhnum and Khnumhotep. Hence, his name reads Ni-Ankhkhnum-Khnumhotep where there is no place for the... Topics: Ancient Egypt, Old Kingdom Egypt, Egyptian Doctrine of Soul
The first episode in our podcast series "History of Failing History." In this series Russ and Josh, the hosts of Rush Hour, talk about various historical eras. Some of what they say is true, the rest is due to not doing that well in history class. In this episode Russ and Josh talk about Ancient Egypt, and whatever else their minds tangent off into. Topics: Educational, Comedy, Ancient Egypt, Egypt, Funny, Podcast, History
byJoachim, H. (Heinrich), b. 1860; Ebers, Georg, 1837-1898; Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
This material has been provided by the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. The original may be consulted at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh Topics: Materia Medica - Egypt, History of Medicine, Ancient - Egypt
The tomb of the manicurists Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, Fifth Dynasty, Old Kingdom Egypt, is regarded as exceptional either in its size and architecture or most noticeably in its lively portraits of intimacy between the two owners. Egyptologists have been confused by the portraits as being unprecedented in the Egyptian tombs. They looked for clues either in iconography or texts and came by three explanations: either they are twins, or conjoined twins, or they are in a homosexual relation. The... Topic: Ancient Egypt Old Kingdom Doctrine of Ka-Soul
This is the final version of the 13th issue in my series "For Your CONsideration" produced for a 10pm slot each Friday on a Northern California Public Access station, MCTV in Fort Bragg, CA. This show explores the recent People's revolution in Egypt. The revolt is covered from many angles, ranging from BBC news, Al-Jazeera and Russia Today to laugh breaks with John Stewart and Dave Letterman. I've included snippets from famous Egyptian cinema classics, western stereotypes of Egyptian... Topics: Egypt, Egyptian, Revolution, uprising, revolt, people, united, Mabarak, arab, Muslim, stereotype,...
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email email@example.com. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Tomb Chapel, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Egyptian...